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Robbers hit two Manchester stores
The first robbery, at about 4 a.m., was at the Cumberland Farms on Hanover Street. The robber was described as a white or Hispanic male, 18-20 years old, wearing gray cargo-style sweat pants, a gray-hooded sweatshirt, a red jacket with paint stains and brown shoes. The robber also had a black T-shirt covering his face.
The second robbery was at about 5 p.m. at Title Loans, at 223 S. Willow St. That robber was described as a white male, 18-25 years old, approximately 5-foot-9, with a medium build.
No weapon was displayed, but the robber kept one hand in his coat pocket, holding it in a manner to suggest he had a weapon.
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